-Jesse Meyerowitz, Thornhill, Ontario, student at Birchas HaTorah in the Old City of Jerusalem
Students who attend the Israel “ChillZone,” Oorah’s Saturday night learning program with pizza, friends, and fun, will receive an additional monthly stipend to help cover living expenses.
BONUS: Attend DiscoverU the summer after Israel as well, and Oorah will send you $1,000 to help cover your flight back from Israel! *based on approval
There are many additional scholarship opportunities available to help fund your year. We provide this list merely as a resource for you and are not affiliated with nor take any responsibility for any of the programs listed here.
You’ll join a great group of guys who get together once a week to learn hard and play hard, hitting the study hall and basketball court with equal energy.
Oh, and of course there’s always hot pizza too.Chillzone Locations
You’ll join a warm group of fun, like-minded young women who get together every week to study and have fun, eat good food and hang out, enjoy each other’s company, laugh and sing and become close friends.Chillzone Locations
Oorah offers a significant scholarship to eligible post-high school students heading to Israel for a year in yeshiva or seminary. We also offer a monthly stipend to help cover additional expenses throughout the year.
See for more details.Funding Options
Once a year, we throw a gala weekend event for all our students in Israel when Rabbi Chaim Mintz, Oorah’s beloved founder, leads a group of Oorah staff and volunteers on a trip to the Holy Land.
Held in a posh hotel, the ShabbaZone is a great opportunity to spend an uplifting Shabbos with the Oorah community in Israel.
Every year, a determined and enthusiastic group of young men and women run in the Jerusalem marathon as Team ChillZone, raising money to bring more students to Israel.
It’s a ton of fun and you’ll be paying it forward in the most remarkable way.Jerusalem Marathon
Many schools in Israel have programs which allow you to earn college credits for your yeshiva or seminary studies. Many universities will accept these college credits. Contact the yeshiva/seminary and college you are interested in attending to find out if this option is available.